Molasses

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by UKVCC, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. After some information on using molasses during flush, how much should I use per litre etc?

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  2. I quit using molasses. It's a yield killer and I am pretty sure it contributes to powdery mildew

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  3. I've been using molasses for 6 yrs. and have never gotten powdery mildew. 1 teaspoon per gallon of water. Helps maintain the beneficial bacteria by feeding them and is a great source of calcium. I usually get between 2 & 3 ozs. dried per plant harvested. ;)
     
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  4. I may have been over using! According to Scott Ostrander at nectar for the gods it's a yield killer! If u got a min Sk watch some videos on YouTube from nectar for the gods. With Bob and Scott! I have told quite a few people to watch his videos because he teaches you a lot and it's not about his product all the time the dude is very solid and knows his shit better than anybody I've seen as far as what plants need

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  5. Well, let's just agree to disagree on this one. I'm a huge fan of Lex Blazer on YT. Everyone has his/her own style. A lot of it depends on where you live and the environment that you grow in. We are all a little bit different in our styles. ;)
     
  6. Scott is also selling a replacement to molasses that’s about twice the price if you compare gallons. “Don’t use molasses, but use my overpriced replacement”
     
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  7. Also could not find anything with him saying molasses kills your yield. Link?
     
  8. hey guys can I just ask a question about the dosage? i'll feed a plant probly 5 gallons of water is it too much to do 5 tablespoons per 5 gallons of water .. and water the whole 5 gallons at once?
     
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